Photographers have spied out the 2020 Porsche 911 convertibles during road tests. Absence of disguise and a soft top instead of a hard one are their peculiarities.
Porsche has recently unveiled its next-generation 911. A cabriolet version should arrive soon. It will likely be the first in the range of the new Porsche 911 modifications. Almost non-camouflaged cars caught the eye of automotive spies. They are undergoing road tests.
The only visible change is the roof, which is soft instead of the hard one. The body with expressive rear wheel arches is perfectly combined with the fabric top and creates a harmonious and memorable look. At the same time, camouflage still hides some small details.
It is logical to assume that the Carrera S will first get a convertible version, followed by the base Carrera. The Carrera S and the Carrera 4S cabrios will probably receive a 3.0-liter six-cylinder 443-hp boxer engine and an eight-speed automatic double-clutch transmission (or a seven-speed manual one for those who prefer such).
Naturally, there will be not only rear-wheel drive, but all-wheel drive variants too.
The premiere of the Porsche 911 (992) Convertible is expected early next year. It will certainly cost more than the coupe.